WINNER – World Documentary Award and Best Female-Directed Documentary Award at the 2016 Whistler Film Festival
SLED DOGS documents several sled dog operations throughout North America. Featuring four intertwining stories, we follow a rookie musher and his young dogs as they tackle and endure the 44th annual Iditarod Trail Race through Alaska’s beautiful terrain; six-month-old puppy, Lydia, as she trains to pull a sled in Ontario, Canada; the Krabloonik sled dog company and coverage of Dan MacEachen who was charged for animal cruelty in Snowmass, Colorado; and we explore the outcome of dog sledding in Whistler, BC, six years after the sled dog massacre.
Directed by Fern Levitt
Produced in association with documentary Channel, CMF and Rogers Cable Network Fun
Playing Los Angeles – October 6-12 – Laemmle Monica Film Center
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Re-Airing in Canada on Documentary Channel
September 27, 7PM ET
Coming soon to VOD!